First post, by superfury
I want to perform the following:
Virtual COM1 <-> Virtual COM5 (normal connection, full DTR-DSR&RTS-CTS nullmodem configuration, without DCD and RI on both sides).
Virtual COM1 <-> Virtual COM7 (special connection, only lines connected being DTR<->DCD and RTS<->RI, data lines disconnected/don't care).
Is this possible somehow?
Tries both COM0COM (which doesn't support merging the two wirings, nor do the incoming modem control wires seem to work) and Virtual Serial Port Driver 10 by Electronic Team Inc..
Although COM0COM seems to support the custom wirings on four ports (COM1<->COM2 and COM3<->COM4), combining two of those ports into 1 port doesn't seem to work.
You can do this if it's done using physical cables, although you'll have to cut open the cable and connect them manually in that way for the extra lines (using two (leftover) serial modem cables).
I'm just trying to get this working using virtual serial ports instead on Windows 10.
Edit: Just configured it as following in COM0COM and the trial of Virtual Serial Port Driver 10:
COM4 <-> COM8:
DTR<->DCD (manages DSR(?) to DCD)
RTS<->RI (manages CTS(?) to RI)
Remainder to OPEN on their own side
Then at Virtual Serial Port Driver 10:
COM4<->COM5 and COM8<->COM7:
UniPCemu itself is connected to COM5(primary)&7(extra control using RTS(for RI)&DTR(for DCD)). COM5 is used as normal full handshake nullmodem(with DCD and RI assumed disconnected on the other side, as that's done by the control serial port).
Putty is connected to COM4(data only).
Control from port 7 should be mixed into through the passthrough?
It doesn't seem to work?
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